But fans should not despair because the third outing of the Amazon series is set to be packed with action and drama.
In a bid to help fans deal with the Droughtlander, we've re-visited Diana Gabaldon's original novel Voyager, which season three is based on, to try and predict what will be coming next.
WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Voyager and potentially season three of Outlander.
1. Jamie and Claire's marriage is going to get even more complicated
At the end of season two, the pair were separated after she went forward in time.
It was a heart-wrenching moment as Jamie (played by Sam Heughan) forced his pregnant wife Claire (Caitriona Balfe) back through the Standing Stones in a bid to protect both her and their child.
Jamie and Claire Fraser are set for more drama in Outlander season 3
After falling back through time, Claire will return to her husband Frank (Tobias Menzies), who is left dubious over her absence.
According to Voyager, Jamie is set to marry Laoghaire MacKenzie (Nell Hudson) after he is set up by his sister Jenny (Laura Donnelly).
No doubt, things will get more complex when Claire does finally show up…
Caitriona Balfe as Claire Fraser in Outlander
2. Expect more children to be thrown into the mix
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Not only will Claire give birth to Jamie’s baby Brianna but the Scotsman will also end up in sticky situation… and his own son Willie.
3. Black Jack Randall could be meeting his end
He has been the villain of Outlander since the beginning but it looks like it could be over for him.
Within the opening pages of Voyager, Captain Black Jack (also played by Tobias Menzies) is very much dead. Will programme makers spare him the same fate on screen?
Sam Heughan as Jamie Fraser in Outlander
4. The Battle of Culloden will leave things bloody
Referring to the previous prediction, the novel opens with the disastrous Battle of Culloden in 1746 and it will be a pretty grisly affair.
Photos from the set of season three last year showed both Jamie and Captain Jack in the midst of the bloody and history-changing conflict.
5. New time periods and places will be visited
As time ticks on, Claire will find herself in 1960s Boston, after she and Frank re-locate when she comes back through the stones from 18th Century Scotland.
They are also set to venture to warmer climes in the form of Jamaica as the couple take to the seas.
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6. Things will be staying sexy
It is Outlander after all, so there are going to be more bedroom scene and nudity to leave fans needing a cold shower or two.
Outlander series 3 launches exclusively on Amazon Prime Video this September.